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on foreign policy. that's october 22nd in florida. bob schieffer of cbs is the moderator. be sure to catch this first debate life here on cnn. >>> 37 days from election day and new allegations of voter registration fraud, the complaints center around registration drives in florida, nevada, north carolina and colorado. they were performed by a consulting political consulting company hired by the republican national committee called strategic allied consulting. in colorado, a woman who may have worked for the company was videotaped trying to register only mitt romney supporters, take a look. >> yeah, hi. >> do you volt for romneyor obama? >> i thought you were registering voters a minute ago. >> i am. >> and who are you registering? >> all voters. >> i'm actually trying to register people for a particular party because we're out here in support of romney actually. >> and who's paying you for this? >> let me see, we're working for the county clerk's office. >> you cannot come out here and register one party, lady, are you working for the county clerk's office, i got it all on tape. you're wor
will be strictly on foreign policy. bob sheaver of cbs is the moderator at that time. president obama and mitt romney facing off as the american people weigh their choices. watch it live right here on cnn 7 p.m. eastern time and then of course on cnn.com. >>> all right the u.s. supreme court justices celebrated a red mass this morning at st. matthematthew s cathedral in washington. that means they are officially back at work tomorrow. one of the first big issues the court could tackle, voter id laws ahead of the november election, you can also see rulings on gay marriage and affirmative action involving the university of texas. cnn's joe johns looks at how the divisions within the court could play out in this session. >>> fred at the beginning of new session, the supreme court is going to be closely watched for signs of train between the uses or anything else that suggests things may have changed since the health care ruling, which arguably was is biggest opinion by the court since bush versus gore more than a decade ago. right after the supreme court's health care decision in june, chief just
. in essence, this is the real deal, and you're flying basically without a net. now, bob cabana the head of the kennedy space subtle and a foreman shuttle astronaut said in a news conference that this will usher in a new era at the kennedy space center. >> overall, tremendous progress towards really becoming what was once science-fiction but a multi-user space port with horizontal launch and landing capabilities as well as the facilities that we have available from shuttle along with this outstanding work force that's available down here to help make that transition. >> now, the dragon capsule is carrying about 1,000 pounds of cargo, everything from food to scientific experiments. if for some reason, fredricka, they can't get off the ground foen tonight, if the weather interrupts them, they will try again tomorrow, which is tomorrow, columbus day. which is kind of fitting, exploration on columbus day. >> i see the title. sounds good. thanks so much. >>> it sounds impossible, but a seasoned skydiver is out to set a world record when he jumps out of a balloon 23 miles up. both presidential
of cargo going up. now, at the kennedy space center during a news briefing just the other day, bob cabana, said this is just the beginning. they are looking forward to when the commercial companies will carry humans. >> from a commercial point of view, the commercial crew program here at kfc and partnership with the johnson space center has moved forward. we have three companies under agreement here with the capability contract. boeing, sierra nevada and space x with the falcon 9 dragon rider. we are moving forward to help enable commercial operations for crew to the international space station. >> so that's the next step in what is a promising future, at least right now. don, they are going to be carrying up the supplies, as i mentioned. they have a lot of food stuff and experiments. i know you know what this experiment is all about, but let me just read one of these. the role of microtube yal and gravity investments in plant investigation. >> i don't know. can you explain to us what that means? gradual continuing -- let's speak in layman's terms now. now that commercial companies are fl
saying that there is -- that there are baghdad bobs in the bureau of labor statistics, cooking the numbers to benefit -- to benefit the president. to which i say, ashleigh, if they were doing that, where were they the day after the democratic national committee in charlotte when the president spoke and all of the wind was taken out of his sails by a lackluster jobs report or like the whole last three years when the labor market report that comes out every month shows things aren't really, you know, that hot. so i can assure you, and the labor secretary as well, she says it is actually insulting you have a-political career economists in the basement of the labor department basically working on these numbers, you know. >> five seconds left. will there be legitimate conservative critics who will come in and say, oh, come on, come on, even the democratic critics ripped president obama's debate performance on wednesday night. will there be conservative critics who say, sometimes it is not a lump of coal, it is a sugar cube and call it what it is? >> i think there is -- i think 114,0
to be god. this from bob, who cares? worst choice since ford and carter. and this from dean, the president always rises to the occasion and has proved he works best under stress. i'm confident he'll get his message across tomorrow night loud and clear. facebook.com/carolcnn if you'd like to continue the conversation. the next hour of "cnn newsroom" starts right now. happening now in the newsroom, scare in the air. >> the seat is loose and rotate pretty quickly. >> based on american airlines seats coming loose, eight planes grounded and the faa is investigating. >>> counting down to tomorrow's debate, president obama's biggest challenge not mitt romney? >>> legalizing marijuana, it's not just a pipe dream in the state hosting tomorrow's debate. we'll look at an issue for a coveting voting block. >>> and ikea is apologizing, now saying it regrets deleting images of women from the saudi version of its catalog. "newsroom" starts now. good morning, and thank you so much for being with us, i'm carol costello, we begin with the growing problem for american airlines. imagine being on a plane and h
that obama has hired baghdad bob to calculate the unemployment rate. anyone who take this is unemployment report serious is either naive or a paid obama campaign adviser. and, of course, they're looking at the 7.8% unemployment figure and saying that can't possibly be right. >> oh, let me explain how this works. we explain this every month, actually. there are two surveys. survey of households and a survey of companies and sometimes they show slightly different results, right? they are surveying two completely different groups, one of people who are getting a job and one people who are giving a job and not necessarily the same people in those same surveys all the time. here is something i want to point out to these people who are talking about baghdad bob at the bureau of labor statistics. where were they the day after the president's speech in charlotte when all the enthusiasm after his dnc speech was taken away by a lackluster jobs support, where were they the past three years when we've been pointing out this is a subpar economy. i will tell you this, carol. never in 20 years of report
, governor christie, definitely not like this. >> i'll tell you, bob, thursday morning you're going to be skramping your heads and saying, wow, we have a barn burner now for the next 33 days. >> reporter: because the thing is when you say that the president's senior advisor says stuff like this. >> they expect to come out of this with the race fundamentally changed. what does that mean? if it's going to fundamentally change, that means in seven or ten days from now you'll see states like ohio tied because that's what matters here. >> reporter: like they say governor christie, there's no heavier burden than great expectations. candy crowley, cnn, washington. >>> everybody who watches the debates knows that there could be the one moment that leaves a candidate branded the winner or the loser. we're talking about the one-line zingers. they catch the opponent off guard and leaving them speechless or searching for a comeback like these. >> here you go again. >> i want you to know that also i will not make age an issue of this campaign. i am not going to exploit for political purposes my
governor christie, definitely not like this. >> i'll tell you, bob, thursday morning, you're going to be scratching your heads and saying, wow, we have a barn burner for the next 33 days. >> reporter: the thing is, when you say that, the president's senior adviser says stuff like this. >> they expect to come out of this with a race fundamentally changed. what does that mean? if it is going to fundamentally change, that means in seven or ten days from now you'll see ohio tied, states like iowa tied. that's what matters here. >> reporter: like they say, governor christie, there is no heavier burden than great expectations. candy crowley, cnn, washington. >> jessica yellin, i love candy, didn't get the memo. this is all part of the noise surrounding this lowering expectations game. i want to show everyone this one poll. here is your expectation. this is from abc news/washington post, found 55% of those questioned believe obama will win the debate. 31% said romney will win. that's obviously huge margin there. are you surprised by that, that big differential? >> no. i mean, romney had a
is down in florida campaigning for me, so thank you to bob mcdonald for all the work he is doing. the great governor. and you may know that a couple of nights ago we had a debate. you may have gotten a chance to see that. and it was a good experience, i think, for me, for the president, for people who watched. it was a debate of substance. we talked about the issues that america faces. i got the chance to ask the president some questions that i think people across the country have wanted to ask the president. such as why it was that when america was needing jobs so badly, he was pushing for obama care instead of working to get jobs to the american people? got the chance to ask him why there's still 23 million americans out of work or stopped looking for work, struggling to find good full-time jobs. i got the chance to ask him why it is the middle class is so buried in this country. incomes have come down. prices of gasoline have doubled. prices of food and clothing have come up. they've beenburied. got the chance to talk about that. got the chance to ask him why he is cutting $71
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